The problems with housing systems in Australia and similar countries run deep. Solutions depend on a fundamental rethink of our approach to housing and its central place in our lives and the economy.
Scientia Professor Ross Buckley was the second-most downloaded law author according to the rankings.
Associate Professor Sarah Brough wants to know how time has shaped our galaxies – and she is a gender equity champion for the next generation of astronomers.
Professor Anne Simmons AM has a long association with UNSW, as a student and more recently in a series of leadership roles.
UNSW researchers are working with industry to help deal with pollution in water supplies stemming from places such as firefighting training facilities, airports and industrial sites.
There is more than one point of view on public servant salaries – and the choices the next state government makes after the election will have widespread consequences.
We need to start thinking of housing as a basic human right rather than an investment opportunity, says a UNSW Professor.
UNSW Sydney is working with the University of Eldoret in Kenya to improve training in water resource management.
UNSW is collaborating on the Greek Australian Archive, collecting photos, oral histories, letters, films and original documents.
Migrants aren't the only ones who could be accused of putting a drain on the system, says UNSW Business School Adjunct Professor Raja Junankar.